SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 13
Clearing House Certificates
In removing th. eases of unused Certificates from the cellar of
the Georgia Railroad Bank today, quite a number of th* Certifi
cates were lost; many being found on the streets afterwards.
This notice is given the public to warn them against receiving
1 U* e Certificates f rom anyone, as all but ninety-seven dollars of
thdse issued last year have been redeemed.
Augusta Clearing House Association
By RUfUS h. BROWN, Manager.
September 8, 1908.
Senator Felder Tried to
Save The State Some Money
ATLANTA, Ga.—lt has been said
that talk is cheap. This, however,
does not apply to senators, one sena
tor in particular—Senator J. P.
Knight of the sixth, who, as the result
ot his speech in the upper house
Thursday, the state of Georgia is out
nearly one thousand dollars. The
senator consumed four hours in the
discussion of a mo%n to adjourn,
and as the legislature burns up $233
per hour, there you are.
Now there's another senator who
tried to stop this apparent disregard
Df time and money. He was Senator
’’elder. And while he failed in his
purpose, he is entitled to credit. It
cost the state something, of course,
to rhoke the filibuster, but dilatory
tactics oontlnued and nothing was
accomplished. President Flynt is said
to ho responsible for this state of
affairs, for he aligned himself with
tlie minority and enabled a filibuster
to continue after he had been over
Here is how Senator Felder came
As previously stated. Senator
Knight spoke on a motion to adjourn.
Son a ter Peacock made the point of
4-iooda and High Water
| Cruses Malaria. Fever and Colds;
Avoid these by taking
J. *Sc B. TOINIC
25 and 60c a Bottle.
For sale by all Druggist. Prepared
J. <S: EJ. Medicine Co.,
MAKING BOTH ENDS MEET
is a good rule to practice all through
life. It applies to wall paper very
aptly. To get
AN APPROPRIATE PAPER
for your room sometimes means a lit
tle economy in some other direction.
As ft is now, our new stock of wall
paper is so cheap you needn't count
on economy elsewhere. Come In and
select what you yant and we will pa
per your room tomorrow.
W. C. Rhoades & Co.,
Harry D. Griffin,
Newspaper Ad. Writing
for Merchants, Banks and
order that Knight’s motion to adjourn
was out of order, because he had
made the motion after the previous
question on the motion to table the
resolution had been called.
President Flynt overruled the
Senator Felder appealed from the
decision of the chair.
The appeal was entertained and
Felder convinced a majority of thh
senate that he was right and the
The effect of. the reversal of the
chair was to sweep Knight off his
feet, and rejoicing was general.
Senator Felder, as is shown, cer
tainly did try to do something yes
terday in putting a stop to the fili
buster which Senator Knight has con
ducted for two days.
It cost a few hundred for Senator
Felder to lead the majority against
the president of the senate, but it
was a case where the minority had
full control of the .situation.
Many Essentials are Found
in This Once Popular
LONDON—Nothing is more Interest
ing than to watch the evolution of an ]
idea, and the thought that is rapidly
gaining ground in the Church is undouht
edly that, while much of the premise of
Christian Science is altogether false, a
great many of the statements are not
only in acord with the teaching of Chris
tianity, hut are essential truths which
have been overlooked through lack of
That the power of healing was given
must be unquestioned by ail who read
the Gospels, and to say that such a
power after a time was withheld other
than because of the unbelief of the fol
lowers of Christ seems to be equally ap
The forces of the mind are only now
being thoroughly understood. We have
In these days a growing group of com
plaints almost directly the outcome of
That these must and ran he met by
mental treatment undoubted, but the
question is, Does the power stop there?
This is a matter which has been brave
ly faced by the assembled Hlshops in
the Lambeth Conference, who have
made a pronouncement which at any
rate opens the door to further discus
sion, and makes it evident that the most
thoughtful and enlightened minds in the
ecclesiastical world are of opinion that
we have to ask ourselves very seriously
how this matter stands.
In America the subject has been more
widely ventilated than in this country,
but the coining of Dr. MrCoomb has
caused great interest here. Mr. Moore
Hickson, who is a native of Australia,
has been for some time at work in Eng
land. with singular results.
He is a man of gifts, of strange mag
netic force anu the humility of a child.
He feels that he is merely an Instrument
used, and that he passes on that which
he receives from an august source.
This is a subject of which we have not
yet heard the last word, and unquestion
ably in the near future much remain to
P. 0. Box 738.
Snapshot of King of Spain
u.k "v •'oIO r
From a snapshot of the King of Spain, while
strolling in London, incognito,
BULLETIN ISSUED BY THE DE
PARTMENT SHOWING THE
WORK DONE BY THE
ADULTERATED FOOD IN GA.
This State Has Been Used
as Dumping Ground for
Manufacturers of Impure
ATLANTA. Ga.—The Department of
Agriculture has Just issued a bulletin
gotten up by Dr. R. E. Stallings, State,
Chemist, on Foods and Commercial Feed
ing Stuffs inspected and analyzed in the
State of Georgia up to June Ist. 1908,
showing the excellent work done by food
inspector, P. A. Methvin.
In his report to Commissioner Hudson,
Dr. Stallings says “The work in the lab
oratory during the last few' months has
shown conclusively that there was an
enormous amount of adulterated articles
on the market; It shows that our State
has been the vertible dumping ground
for the manufacturers of Impure goods.
Since this department has taken up th*-
matter the conditions of affairs have un
dergone a revolution, the good effects
produced by the law have demonstaten
its usefulness,” Continuing this report
says “The total amount expended by
consumers for the last ten months ag
gregate $2,102,715,00, these figures do
not take into account the large amount
of cotton seed meal that has been used
for feed purposes. Since the enforce
ment of the law relating to feed-stuff?
began, the quality of feed has constantly
improved. During this time many cat
loads, aggregating many hundred tons
of feed, have been found to be adulter
ated. They were seized by order of this
department and were shipped out of the
State.” This report concludes with the
statement “cotton seed meal, when a
good quality, is one of the best and
cheapest feeds on the market." From
this report it is seen that the time is
not far distant when Georgia farmers
will be able to get all bi-products neces
sary for feed use on their farms through
the products raised thereon; it will no i
longer be neceMsary to Import from the ]
West high priced low grade feeds If he j
will come to realize that the best as well j
its the olicapest to be found, is that j
which Is f'mt bl-product of the South's i
wonderful cotton seed It will mean j
saving in money and Increase In results i
The Pure Food laiw of Georgia Is work- I
lng wonders toward bringing Georgia in- ,
to Its own.
Juat Exactly Right.
"I have u»ed Dr. Kings New Life;
Pills for several years, and find them
Just exactly right. ' says Mr. A. A
Felton, of Harrlsville, N. Y. New Life
Pills relieve without the least ills
comfort Best remedy for constipa
tion. biliousness and mtUrla. 25c at
Melted butter poured on the top of
canned tomatoes Just before sealing
will make them keep sweet.
Miss Tassle Conlon desires her
friends to cal! at the Andrews Bros.' |
company store, where she will ba glad
Ui serve them.
THE AuGUSTA HERALD
More Contributions Re
ceived and the Work is
(By Silax X. Floyd.)
The following donations were hand
ed in yesterday at the meeting of the
moral Relief and Advisory commit
tee by Rev. T. Walker, 1). D.:
Rev. C. H. Tobias $ 2.00
Upv. A. F. Halley 1.00
it. Kemp, D. D. Charleston, K.
.1 I. Durham. D !>.. Aiken, fi. C x.oo
D. H. Porter, D. D., Albany, Ga. 30.00
Anna Speed 1.00
Rev. I. [). Davis 7.00
Walker Pilgrim Progress Socie
ty No. i r,n.00
Amelia W. Sullivan s.an
Household of Ruth, No. 3|k .. 2.00
Yesterday afternoon subsequent to
ihe report, the following amounts
were minded in to me: .lames L.
Taylor, 25c; Thos. P. Lewis, $l ; L. K
White $l and P. .1. Jenkins. sl. These
men have been helpers at the various
stations during the week, and decided
voluntarily to give back to the gen
eral relief committee a part ot the
small sums thty worked for. This is
a noble spirit, and 1 wish it was con
Dr. Walker, chairman of Ihe color
od committee, leaves town on Mowin'
nigiit for Lexington, Ky., where h<
goes to abend the meeting of the, Nu
tlonal Baptist convention. He regret;
to go, hut will be hack In a week,
and resume his place at the head of
the colored committee in winding up
the work. On his return suitable res
elutions will he passed thanking \.i
rious friends who have been kind and
helpful to us and through us, to our
The colored Y M. f!. A station Is
now closed, but the Hamburg station
In charge of T. P. Lewis will con
tinue for three or four days longet,
or until the need has been supplied
on the Carolina side, Mr. <!. tl
Hanklnson, president of Hanklnscn
Brick company, met nu- while I wu i
on my way over to the Hamburg sta
lion yesterday to pay off the workei
and he said;
"I a'D glad you all have come ovi
here, and I hope the people will np
predate what you have done. I thinn
the people can get along now, win,
the help you have given them.”
Mr. Frank 11. Fleming was 100 hu:
for urn to disturb him, but I desli
him to know that, the tgolor* d coni
mlttees extremely grateful to him foi
b<*l?ig willing, through the Assoijaiej
Charities, tc extend to out worker,
the courtesy of ills big front offle
Irom which to operate In their reli
work. It was a magnificent thing
do, and I wish some of our north' r.,
sympathisers (?) would comment |
little on such an act as that.
"Yankee" might have riven ills off
In such a time, but the chances n
that be would have chant'd nomethl' j
But for the two white newspup'
In Aug iista the colored man's ear
in the gron< crisis through which
are now passing would not have lc |
•could not have been —as -veil son ,
ns It ha* been. We ail need to In .
off ottr hats to Mr, Phlnlxy and Mi
Lovleas ' r have both stood lo
ally by us Of course, the tdltor < |
Ihe only colored newspaper In A" i
gusta, Rev. W. I. White, has he- ]
our friend. Mueh Spaee is given
us In hts last week’s paper—published
We Lighten Your Pane
Mrs. Florence Roberts
Mrs. Florence Roberts,
Die actress who is named
in the suit, for divorce
brought by Mrs. Clara
Berber, of Newton, Mass.,
against Thnrlow Berger,
BRYCE GONE TO ENGLAND.
LONDON Ambassador Jam:;
Bryce nailed for New York from
Liverpool today ou the Mauretania.
He rtlHO heartily approves, ho he
told me. the course 1 took in going
to the white people "right tiff" without
waiting He ho* helped t-> turn con
tributions our way, in addition to
Will soon begin and you will need the necessities for the work. Now the very
best article on the mark el today for this work is LIQUID VENEER, and we
are the sole agents for this article in Augusta. There is no other just as good,
for this is the best.
All kinds and colors of floor stains. We have the the goods in all size
packages. There is nothing that makes the floor look better than a fine coat of
If any of your metal or discolored, there is nothing that equals PU T Z
CREAM for putting it back in its original condition.
If any of your furniture comes to pieces then it is LA PAGES GLUE
that you need. It will hold tighter than any other kind of glue.
Remember that, we carry everything you need for putting your furniture
floor and walls back in their old condition.'
We have Glass of all sizes and can fill orders rapidly.
O'Connor &Schweers Paint Co
Broad Street. - Augusta, Ga.
ami School Supplies, as Bags, Straps, Pencil
Boxes, Pads, Ink, Pencils, Pens. Second Land
books taken in exchange for new ones.
RICHARD’S STATIONERY COMPANY.
We will deIiver—DISINFECTANT LIME FOR
TEN DAYS, in any pari of Augusta, 85c. Per Bbl.
Augusta Builder’s Supply Co.
Phone 321. 643 Broad St.
WANTED—AbIe Bodied Laborers
Apply at once to R. G. Hitt at lot opposite Lom
bard Iron Works or office RIVERSIDE MILLS.
ALSO DOUBLE TEAMS; none but those having
good, strong animals capable of pulling a good load
need apply. WOMEN ASSORTERS are request
ed to return to work.